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The Dunvegan has a great atmosphere and, over the years we have frequented the bar and dined there on numerous occasions.
New owners have recently taken over the Dunvegan and, whilst the quality of food was still as good, on our latest visit we were...More
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Response from dunveganhotel, Owner at The Dunvegan HotelResponded 21 September 2017
Thank you for your above review and custom. It's alarming to me however as there is absolutely no mandatory 20% gratuity enforced....I am saying that as past owner for 24 years and still as Director of the business. Gratuities are at Customer discretion and the...More
A really fun place to hang out and have a few drinks, surrounded by golfing history. The location, just near the first/eighteenth of the Old Course makes it a Must Visit for any golfer visiting St Andrews before crossing the road to Auchterlonies for a...More
I believe the Dunvegan changed hands recently, but is still pulling in the golfers after they finish their rounds on the famous links. Good atmosphere.
Didn't think that the steak pie was up to its usual high standard, but still very edible.
Dunvegan is a...More
.A Must .Surrounded by History on every wall...The best for any golfer,,I never get tired of this place ..Its one of those places that I could go to everyday.. Say hey to Luke and Lindsay..they are the best toooo..See you Next year!!!
We ate here as a party of 8 and while the food was ok it was expensive . One of our party sent his 8oz. fillet steak back as it was clearly underweight . The nachos we shared to start were very good but wouldn't...More
Hi, I stayed at the Clevedon House when my wife and I were at St. Andrews. I had a twisted knee at the time, so had to be content with watching the duffers Tee off. The hotel likely does provide this service for guests... More
Hi, I stayed at the Clevedon House when my wife and I were at St. Andrews. I had a twisted knee at the time, so had to be content with watching the duffers Tee off. The hotel likely does provide this service for guests, so it's worth a shot. We had an excellent stay there incidentally. Try the porridge! Best I have ever had!